Heritage experts have been working around the clock these last few weeks in order to stay on top of the developing North Korean threats and the path forward for the U.S. and their work has been featured in numerous media outlets.
To summarize the latest developments in North Korea, Heritage’s Senior Research Fellow, Bruce Klingner, and policy analyst for the Asian Studies Center, Olivia Enos, went on this week’s episode of Mass Ave–Heritage’s latest podcast series–to explain the impact these developments will have.
In the podcast they take a deeper look at:
- What an attack on Guam would look like
- How China is not supporting the U.S.–and what can be done about it
- Would Kim Jong Un really fire a nuclear missile at the U.S.?
- The reliability of intelligence gathered from North Korea and
- What should be done to help the roughly 100,000 North Koreans who are currently being held in prison camps–including three Americans
In addition to Klingner and Enos’ analysis, you can also find numerous media appearances by other Heritage experts discussing different aspects of the North Korea threat by going here.
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